Tiff Kids 2013



I attended the opening of TIFF Kids (Toronto International Film Festival) with my sisters and their husbands. My brother-in-law Mathieu’s aunt, Nancy Florence Savard, directed and produced the movie that was chosen to be the opener. The film Legend of Sarila is Canada’s first 3D animated feature — a really charming story about the adventures of three youths living on the Arctic tundra who must brave numerous dangers to save their community from starvation.


TIFF Kids offers a diverse slate of films from Canada and around the world at the Bell Lightbox from April 9-21.


The screenings include an opportunity for children to engage in discussions with filmmakers and special guests.


With my lovely sisters Pauline and Johanna.



The film maker Nancy Florence Savard. This movie took 11 years to make.


Nancy with Pauline and Mathieu.


Loved the bar and lounge, overlooking King Street.


With the greatest Toronto landmark, the CN Tower.


We had an ice storm the night before (yeah, in April). But the temperature went down and it was my first time to dress human again.


Check out the films that are in TIFF Kids. The festival is on until April 21.



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